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The assembly of lipid bilayer membranes, using ultrasonic disruption of liposomes of L-α-Dimyristoyl phosphatidylcholine, across 820 nm diameter spherical cap gold cavity arrays is demonstrated.
Spherical cap gold nanocavity arrays with internal diameters of 240, 430, 600 and 820 nm were fabricated on smooth gold films using nanosphere lithography with electrochemical metal deposition. Each… (More)
The dissociation of a cobalt bisdiphenylterpyridine, [Co(biptpy)(2)](2+), guest at mixed (γ-CD-(py)(2))-alkanethiol layers (where γ-CD-(py)(2) is di-6(A), 6(B)- deoxy-6-(4-pyridylmethyl)amino-… (More)
The electrochemically induced desorption of Oregon green labeled fibrinogen layers from clean gold surfaces at negative potentials has been probed using capacitance, fluorescence microscopy, and… (More)
Selective chemical modification of a gold nano-cavity array is achieved via nanoscale templating to create fibrinogen patterned cavities with a polyethylene glycol modified top surface. Application… (More)
Nanosphere lithography has been used to create spherical recessed electrodes of nanometre dimensions capable of enhancing fluorescent signals.
Monolayers of di-6A,6B-deoxy-6-(4-pyridylmethyl)amino-gamma-cyclodextrin (gamma-CD-(py)2) have been formed on polycrystalline platinum electrodes and investigated using electrochemical and… (More)
The unusual uranyl peroxide studtite, [UO(2)(η(2)-O(2))(H(2)O)(2)]·2H(2)O, is a phase alteration product of spent nuclear fuel and has been characterized by solid-state cyclic voltammetry. The… (More)
Molecular junctions incorporating monolayers of surface-active cyclodextrins have been formed by bringing macroscopic platinum and mercury electrodes together. Monolayers of the host… (More)
Platinum nanoparticles, functionalised regioselectively with probe strand DNA, have been immobilised within the interior of gold nanocavity arrays via DNA hybridisation. The immobilised nanoparticles… (More)